For hundreds of years, and even today, wars are strategised and fought in the boardrooms of the large industrial-military complexes, mostly privately-owned. Such conglomerates, along with their well-funded think tanks, create convincing scenarios, which are palatable and immediately accepted by policymakers across the globe. The result: a constant trade in expensive equipment, and huge and regular billion-dollar deals, which grease the wheels and gears of the global corporate-military political nexus. Rest assured, great wars are decided largely by great captains of industry, and only implemented by great generals.
This issue explains all the information one should be aware of regarding the National Debate on Government Service-60 or 33 years. An analysis on National Skills Mission and 'After Aurangzeb, who?', a topic that deals with name change of Aurangzeb Road in Lutyens’ Delhi.